Tunable Interactions in Ultracold Bose Gases
We have created bright matter wave solitons by using a Feshbach resonance to tune the interactions in a Bose-Einstein condensate of 7Li. The solitons are made to propagate in a one-dimensional potential formed by a focused laser beam. We observed dispersive wave-like properties for repulsive interactions and soliton-like behavior for attractive interactions. Adjacent solitons are observed to interact repulsively.
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